3 Replies Latest reply: May 1, 2013 2:38 PM by rle RSS

in Zapi::invoke, cannot connect to socket

bmason@zmanda.com
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We get the error message

in Zapi::invoke, cannot connect to socket

when we try use "snapshot-create" with NaServer API.

 

The filer is a clustered filer running 8.1. There is httpd.enable parameter in clustered mode and

it is available only in 7-mode.

 

How do we resolve this issue?

  • Re: in Zapi::invoke, cannot connect to socket
    rle
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    From your description, I can't tell exactly what is going on.

     

    Does clustered filer mean 7-mode ONTAP or clustered ONTAP?

     

    Are you trying to ask a question about httpd.enable?

     

    Does the system-get-version API work correctly?

     

    Regards,

     

       - Rick -

    • Re: in Zapi::invoke, cannot connect to socket
      bmason@zmanda.com
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      Rick,


      Thanks for the response.

       

      I meant clustered ONTAP. It appears clustered ONTAP does not have httpd.enable feature. Is this correct? We are

      getting the error "in Zapi::invoke, cannot connect to socket" when trying to create a snapshot on clustered ONTAP. We used

      to enable httpd when we get this error and in 7-mode, this solution worked. It is not working on clustered ONTAP.

       

      I have to check if system-get-version API works or not.

       

      thanks

      • Re: in Zapi::invoke, cannot connect to socket
        rle
        Currently Being Moderated

        Please check my blog on system-get-version, because if system-get-version doesn't work, then you're not connecting to the correct LIF, which should be an admin LIF.

         

        The snapshot-create API is only a Vserver API, so sending it to the cluster admin LIF should get the error: "Unable to find API: snapshot-create" errno="13005".  Snapshot-create needs to be sent to the Vserser admin LIF or to the cluster admin LIF with Vserver tunneling.

         

        Regards,

         

           - Rick -

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